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Ready for an incredible, can't-stop-reminiscing-about-it week cruising Croatia's incomparable islands? Yeah, we thought so. Do yourself a favour and go where the calm seas gently lap at the picturesque islands of the Dalmatian coast; where the food is as abundant as the sunshine; where your most memorable night out is in the depths of a beachside grotto, and where dressing like a pirate is totally the norm. The only problem is, you'll never want to leave. #LifeChanged


Bucket List Inclusions

Sail the scenic Croatian coastline

Visit UNESCO World Heritage-listed destinations Dubrovnik and Split

Visit Hvar Fortress (entrance not included)

Walking tour of Korcula Old Town

7 breakfasts, 7 lunches

Unlimited drinking water

Local port tax

Topdeck Representative

More Inclusions

7 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 0 dinners

-7 nights in an en-suite cabin (twin or double) on a motorised boat

Local qualified captain and crew


Transport

Croatian motorised sailboat


Group Size

34

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 11:00 in Split

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in Split



Swap some cash for kuna (not the furry kind), put your bags on your bunk and hit the big blue. When we dock at sleepy fishing village Milna, you can choose to chow down on an optional barbecue feast or hang out on deck. You’ll all be shipmates in no time.

Anchors up and motor on this morning, with a few swim stops en route. First stop: Hvar, the self-proclaimed ‘sunniest spot in Europe’ with a supposed 2,715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Lather up the sunscreen – ain’t nobody got time for burn when we have an afternoon at Hula Hula beach bar to get involved with.

Did you pack your sense of adventure? Good. We’re moving on to Korcula, where we’ll be hitting the cobblestone alleys on a walking tour. Later on, there’s plenty of time to climb your way to the top of an old-school cathedral tower to savour a colourful cocktail. Take note: the ladder to the top of Massimo’s cocktail bar is seriously steep, so watch your step!

Up next: Dubrovnik. Beyoncé and Jay-Z fell crazy in love with it, and if you’re into Game of Thrones you're sure to find your inner fanboy (or girl) on an optional tour. Why not soak up Dubrovnik’s unique vibes with a stroll along the top of the 1,940 metre long city walls? Some optional sea kayaking around the city walls will put the cherry on the cake today.

If you had 99 problems, Dubrovnik probably took care of a few. Today it’s on to Mljet, which, despite its lack of vowels, is pretty spesh. Opt in to pay a visit to the National Park (and the chance to see St Mary’s Island). This afternoon is on your watch, so feel free to spend it as you wish. Tonight, there’s an optional Captain’s dinner aboard the boat to get stuck into.

Time to trim the sails again and set course for the Makarska Riviera, one of the best unsung holiday spots in Europe. Today’s all yours to stroll the pretty promenade, indulge in some adventurous activities (think hiking and biking), or simply lounge about on the pebbly beach. You do you.

Seize the chance to zipline across the Cetina Gorge (optional) before we set sail back to Split for the ultimate vacay finale. Yes, it's a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city, and yes, it has an abundance of Roman architecture, so don’t just sit there. Get exploring! You won’t want to miss Diocletian’s Palace – it’s one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Plus, if it’s good enough for an emperor, odds are you’ll rate it too.

Anchors down for a final breakfast. Swap contact details with your new mates and start planning your next adventure!

Swap some cash for kuna (not the furry kind), put your bags on your bunk and hit the big blue. When we dock at sleepy fishing village Milna, you can choose to chow down on an optional barbecue feast or hang out on deck. You’ll all be shipmates in no time.

Anchors up and motor on this morning, with a few swim stops en route. First stop: Hvar, the self-proclaimed ‘sunniest spot in Europe’ with a supposed 2,715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Lather up the sunscreen – ain’t nobody got time for burn when we have an afternoon at Hula Hula beach bar to get involved with.

Did you pack your sense of adventure? Good. We’re moving on to Korcula, where we’ll be hitting the cobblestone alleys on a walking tour. Later on, there’s plenty of time to climb your way to the top of an old-school cathedral tower to savour a colourful cocktail. Take note: the ladder to the top of Massimo’s cocktail bar is seriously steep, so watch your step! Anyone for an optional village dinner experience afterwards?

Up next: Dubrovnik. Beyoncé and Jay-Z fell crazy in love with it, and if you’re into Game of Thrones you're sure to find your inner fanboy (or girl) on an optional tour. Why not soak up Dubrovnik’s unique vibes with a stroll along the top of the 1,940 metre long city walls? Some optional sea kayaking around the city walls will put the cherry on the cake today.

If you had 99 problems, Dubrovnik probably took care of a few. Today it’s on to Mljet, which, despite its lack of vowels, is pretty spesh. Opt in to pay a visit to the National Park (and the chance to see St Mary’s Island). This afternoon is on your watch, so feel free to spend it as you wish. Tonight, there’s an optional Captain’s dinner aboard the boat to get stuck into.

Time to trim the sails again and set course for the Makarska Riviera, one of the best unsung holiday spots in Europe. Today’s all yours to stroll the pretty promenade, indulge in some adventurous activities (think hiking and biking), or simply lounge about on the pebbly beach. You do you.

Seize the chance to zipline across the Cetina Gorge (optional) before we set sail back to Split for the ultimate vacay finale. Yes, it's a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city, and yes, it has an abundance of Roman architecture, so don’t just sit there. Get exploring! You won’t want to miss Diocletian’s Palace – it’s one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Plus, if it’s good enough for an emperor, odds are you’ll rate it too.

Anchors down for a final breakfast. Swap contact details with your new mates and start planning your next adventure!

Swap some cash for kuna (not the furry kind), put your bags on your bunk and hit the big blue. When we dock at sleepy fishing village Milna, you can choose to chow down on an optional barbecue feast or hang out on deck. You’ll all be shipmates in no time.

Anchors up and motor on this morning, with a few swim stops en route. First stop: Hvar, the self-proclaimed ‘sunniest spot in Europe’ with a supposed 2,715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Lather up the sunscreen – ain’t nobody got time for burn when we have an afternoon at Hula Hula beach bar to get involved with.

Did you pack your sense of adventure? Good. We’re moving on to Korcula, where we’ll be hitting the cobblestone alleys on a walking tour. Later on, there’s plenty of time to climb your way to the top of an old-school cathedral tower to savour a colourful cocktail. Take note: the ladder to the top of Massimo’s cocktail bar is seriously steep, so watch your step!

Up next: Dubrovnik. Beyoncé and Jay-Z fell crazy in love with it, and if you’re into Game of Thrones you're sure to find your inner fanboy (or girl) on an optional tour. Why not soak up Dubrovnik’s unique vibes with a stroll along the top of the 1,940 metre long city walls? Some optional sea kayaking around the city walls will put the cherry on the cake today.

If you had 99 problems, Dubrovnik probably took care of a few. Today it’s on to Mljet, which, despite its lack of vowels, is pretty spesh. Opt in to pay a visit to the National Park (and the chance to see St Mary’s Island). This afternoon is on your watch, so feel free to spend it as you wish. Tonight, there’s an optional Captain’s dinner aboard the boat to get stuck into.

Time to trim the sails again and set course for the Makarska Riviera, one of the best unsung holiday spots in Europe. Today’s all yours to stroll the pretty promenade, indulge in some adventurous activities (think hiking and biking), or simply lounge about on the pebbly beach. You do you.

Seize the chance to zipline across the Cetina Gorge (optional) before we set sail back to Split for the ultimate vacay finale. Yes, it's a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city, and yes, it has an abundance of Roman architecture, so don’t just sit there. Get exploring! You won’t want to miss Diocletian’s Palace – it’s one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Plus, if it’s good enough for an emperor, odds are you’ll rate it too.

Anchors down for a final breakfast. Swap contact details with your new mates and start planning your next adventure!

Swap some cash for kuna (not the furry kind), put your bags on your bunk and hit the big blue. When we dock at sleepy fishing village Milna, you can choose to chow down on an optional barbecue feast or hang out on deck. You’ll all be shipmates in no time.

Anchors up and motor on this morning, with a few swim stops en route. First stop: Hvar, the self-proclaimed ‘sunniest spot in Europe’ with a supposed 2,715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Lather up the sunscreen – ain’t nobody got time for burn when we have an afternoon at Hula Hula beach bar to get involved with.

Did you pack your sense of adventure? Good. We’re moving on to Korcula, where we’ll be hitting the cobblestone alleys on a walking tour. Later on, there’s plenty of time to climb your way to the top of an old-school cathedral tower to savour a colourful cocktail. Take note: the ladder to the top of Massimo’s cocktail bar is seriously steep, so watch your step! Anyone for an optional village dinner experience afterwards?

Up next: Dubrovnik. Beyoncé and Jay-Z fell crazy in love with it, and if you’re into Game of Thrones you're sure to find your inner fanboy (or girl) on an optional tour. Why not soak up Dubrovnik’s unique vibes with a stroll along the top of the 1,940 metre long city walls? Some optional sea kayaking around the city walls will put the cherry on the cake today.

If you had 99 problems, Dubrovnik probably took care of a few. Today it’s on to Mljet, which, despite its lack of vowels, is pretty spesh. Opt in to pay a visit to the National Park (and the chance to see St Mary’s Island). This afternoon is on your watch, so feel free to spend it as you wish. Tonight, there’s an optional Captain’s dinner aboard the boat to get stuck into.

Time to trim the sails again and set course for the Makarska Riviera, one of the best unsung holiday spots in Europe. Today’s all yours to stroll the pretty promenade, indulge in some adventurous activities (think hiking and biking), or simply lounge about on the pebbly beach. You do you.

Seize the chance to zipline across the Cetina Gorge (optional) before we set sail back to Split for the ultimate vacay finale. Yes, it's a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city, and yes, it has an abundance of Roman architecture, so don’t just sit there. Get exploring! You won’t want to miss Diocletian’s Palace – it’s one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Plus, if it’s good enough for an emperor, odds are you’ll rate it too.

Anchors down for a final breakfast. Swap contact details with your new mates and start planning your next adventure!

Swap some cash for kuna (not the furry kind), put your bags on your bunk and hit the big blue. When we dock at sleepy fishing village Milna, you can choose to chow down on an optional barbecue feast or hang out on deck. You’ll all be shipmates in no time.

Anchors up and motor on this morning, with a few swim stops en route. First stop: Hvar, the self-proclaimed ‘sunniest spot in Europe’ with a supposed 2,715 hours of sunlight in an average year. Lather up the sunscreen - ain’t nobody got time for burn when we have an afternoon at Hula Hula beach bar to get involved with.

Did you pack your sense of adventure? Good. We’re moving on to Korcula, where we’ll be hitting the cobblestone alleys on a walking tour. Later on, there’s plenty of time to climb your way to the top of an old-school cathedral tower to savour a colourful cocktail. Take note: the ladder to the top of Massimo’s cocktail bar is seriously steep, so watch your step! Anyone for an optional village dinner experience afterwards?

Up next: Dubrovnik. Beyoncé and Jay-Z fell crazy in love with it, and if you’re into Game of Thrones you're sure to find your inner fanboy (or girl) on an optional tour. Why not soak up Dubrovnik’s unique vibes with a stroll along the top of the 1,940 metre long city walls? Some optional sea kayaking around the city walls will put the cherry on the cake today.

If you had 99 problems, Dubrovnik probably took care of a few. Today it’s on to Mljet, which, despite its lack of vowels, is pretty spesh. Opt in to pay a visit to the National Park (and the chance to see St Mary’s Island). This afternoon is on your watch, so feel free to spend it as you wish. Tonight, there’s an optional Captain’s dinner aboard the boat to get stuck into.

Time to trim the sails again and set course for the Makarska Riviera, one of the best unsung holiday spots in Europe. Today’s all yours to stroll the pretty promenade, indulge in some adventurous activities (think hiking and biking), or simply lounge about on the pebbly beach. You do you.

Seize the chance to zipline across the Cetina Gorge (optional) before we set sail back to Split for the ultimate vacay finale. Yes, it's a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city, and yes, it has an abundance of Roman architecture, so don’t just sit there. Get exploring! You won’t want to miss Diocletian’s Palace - it’s one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world. Plus, if it’s good enough for an emperor, odds are you’ll rate it too.

Anchors down for a final breakfast. Swap contact details with your new mates and start planning your next adventure!

Milna, Croatia

BBQ dinner onboard: HRK 110


Korcula, Croatia

Village dinner experience: HRK 260

Buggy safari: HRK 375


Dubrovnik, Croatia

Sea kayaking around the ancient City Walls of Dubrovnik: HRK 270

Game of Thrones tour: EUR 15


Mljet, Croatia

Captain's dinner onboard: HRK 150

Visit Mljet National Park: HRK 115 - 130


Split, Croatia

Ziplining: HRK 400

Walking tour of Split: HRK 80


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